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news report, retired general norman schwarzkopf has died. his sister said he died from complications of pneumonia. he was in charge of coalition forces during the persian gulf war. he led the team that led hussein out in 1991. he was a decorated soldier in vietnam and his last assignment was chief of u.s. command. and tonight george h.w. bush approved this statement on the passing of general schwarzkopf. barbara and i mourn the loss of a patriot and one of great military leader of his generation. a distinguished member of that long line hailing from west point. general norm schwarzkopf has defended our freedom and seen this great nation through our most trying international crises. more than that he was a good and decent man and a career friend. barbara and i send our condolences to his wife brenda and his wonderful family. and former vice president dick cheney's statement. general norman schwarzkopf was an outstanding military commander and great american. he was a superb leader who managed one of the most complex coalitions in history in desert storm in 1991 and he deserve the much
. >>> and we're getting late word that norman schwarzkopf has died. stormin norman was commander during the first gulf war. and he was 78. >>> we turn now to that debate over gun control. last night here, the picture from los angeles, drivers lined up for blocks, returning guns for gift certificates. 2,000 guns returned. barely two weeks now after the newtown shootings, another debate. should teachers be allowed to bring guns to school. in a new poll, it suggests 64% of americans think arming at least one official would be some what effective. tonight, meet the teachers who think they should be armed, too. here's cecilia vega. >> okay, so, now what do i do? >> reporter: the gun is fake, but these utah teachers fear the threat facing their classrooms is very real. today, 200 of those teachers became students -- >> ready to fire. >> reporter: packing a conference room on their holiday break to learn how to carry a concealed weapon on the job. and how to protect their schools from an armed intruder. >> the safety is the biggest part. and to be able to use them appropriately is really quite
of general norman schwarzkopf. tonight the story behind the name, that it turns out, he didn't like. he was a four star general after his tough talk and the action that followed. his troops battling rocky forces from kuwait in 100 hours of the first gulf war. it turns out, the general known for his swift victories, didn't like that nickname, preferring the one his troops called him, the bear. while he was tough, he had a gentle side, honest and candid in this moment with barbara walters. >> were you ever scared? >> sure. i've been scared in every war i've ever been in. >> if you could meet saddam hussein, what would you ask him or say to him? >> get out of town. >> a west point grad and decorated officer for his time in vietnam, he spent his entire life in the army. when saddam hussein invaded kuwait in 1990, stormin' norman became a household name. >> as far as saddam hussein being a great military strategist, he is neither a strategist, nor is he schooled in the operational art, nor is he a tactician, nor is he a general, nor is he as a soldier. other than that, he's a great military
. your money needs an ally. >>> retired general norman schwarzkopf has died in florida. he was 78. he led the coalition during the first gulf war. a statement from former president george h.w. bush called schwarzkopf a true american patriot and one of the great military leaders of his generation. former president bush remains in intensive care tonight. he's being treated for a fever but his family remains hopeful he'll be released soon. his chief of staff sent a note to reporters reassuring his condition is not dire and with a message to please put the harps back in the closet. and hillary clinton is now good to go but doctors still want her to wait a little longer before traveling overseas. > >> reporter: for 13 years in the crush and crawl of d.c. traffic, robert harrison has made a sometimes difficult living as a limo driver but a surge. new riders now has him for the first time heading into the holidays with real optimism about his job. >> they have saved the day for us as independent limo drivers. >> that's the impact? >> that's the impact, absolutely. >> he says he owes it to uber,
with our free mobile app. >>> i'm isha sesay here with the 360 bulletin. >>> retired general norman schwarzkopf has died in florida. he was 78. he led the coalition during the first gulf war. a statement from former president george h.w. bush called schwarzkopf a true american patriot and one of the great military leaders of his generation. former president bush remains in intensive care tonight. he's being treated for a fever but his family remains hopeful he'll be released soon. his chief of staff sent a note to reporters reassuring his condition is not dire and with a message to please put the harps back in the closet. and hillary clinton is now good to go but doctors still want her to wait a little longer before traveling overseas. now, one of the ideas that seems totally obvious and completely inevitable until you realize that somebody had to think of it first. it is something that takes the newest technology, the smartphone and couples it to one the oldest, the chariot. the result makes it easier for some to get around town, and others to make a living. tom foreman has the sto
this statement earlier. "with the passing of general h. norman schwarzkopf america lost a great patriot and a great soldier. norm served his country with courage and distinction for over 35 years. he was a good friend of mine, a close buddy. i will miss him." president george h.w. bush, who is intense hive care at a houst hospital, schwarzkopf epitomized -- as american cities try to get guns off the streets pro-gun groups are trying to put them in the hands of teachers. we'll join that debate ahead. er. both of us actually. our pharmacist recommended it. and that makes me feel pretty good about it. and then i heard about a study looking at multivitamins and the long term health benefits. and what do you know? they used centrum silver in the study. makes me feel even better, that's what i take. sorry, we take. [ male announcer ] centrum. the most recommended. most preferred. most studied. centrum, always your most complete. so we created the extraordinarily comfortable sleep number experience. a collection of innovations designed around a bed with dualair technology that allows you to ad
. "with the passing of general h. norman schwarzkopf america lost a great patriot and a great soldier. norm served his country with courage and distinction for over 35 years. he was a good friend of mine, a close buddy. i will miss him." president george h.w. bush, who is intensive care at a houston hospital, schwarzkopf epitomized -- as american cities try to get guns off the streets pro-gun groups are trying to put them in the hands of teachers. we'll join that debate ahead. >>> what does somebody need this for? the answer is there's no reason they need this except they want to kill. >> that was los angeles mayor antonio villaraigosa talking about one of the weapons acquired at his city's gun buyback program. los angeles just wrapped up its most successful gun buyback event to date. over 2,000 firearms were turned in. including 75 assault weapons. the program started in 2009, and guns are turned over in exchange for supermarket gift cards. the event is usually held in may, but the city moved the event up in response to the mass shooting at sandy hook elementary in connecticut. and w
that retired general norman schwarzkopf one of the heroes of the first gulf war has died in tampa, florida. he was 78 years old. as we know more we'll bring it to you. >>> lisa jackson announce shed is stepping down. why the prompt departure and could this be new initiatives like the keystone pipeline and might we get worse than she is? is this possible? chris warner, author of the new book "liberal war on transparency." you discovered she was using a secret e-mail as well. that's why you know a lot about her. why is she leaving? >> we revealed that she had a fake identity and it immediately became a question of when, not if, but last week the department of justice agree to begin producing 12,000 richard windsor, that's her alias or one of them i'm told by someone on the inside e-mail beings on epa regard on coal. it was probably a good time to get out given that a, she had to leave with the -- false identity. i'm sure she gets inundated by people complaining about her and trying to get any real business done might be difficult with an e-mail that everybody knows. do you buy that at all? >> th
, juliet. let's talk about some of his greatest achievements. >> norman schwarzkopf was a american hero i never had the privilege of working for him myself. he was the right man in the right place at the right time for desert storm he was one of those increasingly rare generals who won his war. apart from the brilliant military operation desert storm. his real contribution. his unique contribution is that because he grew up in the middle east and spent time there he he understood the mentality and culture. he was able to per said the sad did is to allow half a million on the soil of saudi arabia without which the campaign wouldn't have worked. beyond that, he was an officer who really understood that sometimes you have to fight in vietnam he was courageous officer with three silver stars and other awards for battlefield heroism not just for pushing papers. schwarzkopf did anger people. >> juliet: storm minute norman. >> his thought was i don't have time for fools. if i can win this war and bring most of my soldiers home i don't care who likes me. as far as i'm concerned that's the attitud
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